Eleglide Frees Your Transport from Carbon Emission

As the world is developing, transport is boosting. However, what comes along with the rapid development of transport is the deterioration of environment, especially the escalating greenhouse effect mainly caused by the accumulative carbon emission.

According to a film on CO2 emission based on real data researches, made by the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) and the University of Applied Sciences Potsdam (FHP), a lot of CO2 is released to the atmosphere by burning coal, oil and gas. Humans have increased the quantity of CO2 by 40% in just 250 years, a very short time span compared to the history, which has caused the increasing warming of the atmosphere.

The global temperature has risen on average by 1℃ since 1750. But if the CO2 emission keeps rising like this, the earth will probably heat up by 3℃ to 4℃.[1] From the research, we can learn that CO2 is mainly released by burning coal, oil and gas, which is a main cause of the increasing global warming.

To slow down the climate change and help people to make an easy shift to a carbon-neutral transport style, Eleglide is born with its eco-friendly electric products, freeing people's commute and travel from massive carbon emission. Powered by electricity, releasing no greenhouse gas, Eleglide's products are definitely much more environmentally friendly than the vehicles that burn diesel or gasoline. Referring to the information offered by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), a typical passenger vehicle emits about 4.6 metric tons of CO2 per year. Every gallon of gasoline burnt creates about 8,887 grams of CO2.[2] The CO2 emission from these gasoline-burning vehicles is an enormous problem to the environment. That's why Eleglide insists on making efficient electric vehicles to achieve zero carbon emission on people's transport styles.

Another benefit from using Eleglide's electric vehicles is that they are much lighter than cars, leaving lighter tracks on roads, which can preserve roads for a longer time, sparing a lot of carbon emission that would be generated from the repair and maintenance of damaged roads.

By using rechargeable batteries, efficient motors, energy-saving materials like LED lights, etc., Eleglide has managed to create advanced and practical electric bikes and scooters with zero carbon emission. Anyone using an Eleglide's product saves another 4.6 metric tons of carbon dioxide each year. What's more, while Eleglide frees your transport from carbon emission, it's also making a great contribution to saving petroleum resource which has been one of the leading sources of conflict for thousands of years.

When it's time to replace your old vehicle, Eleglide is here to offer you better options. Eleglide creates a more convenient and more sustainable lifestyle for you, making your transport free from carbon emission. Every tiny effort made to reduce your carbon footprint will bring significant effects on our planet. Let's travel in a greener manner free from carbon emission.


[1] PIK and FHP, (2017). A Brief History of CO2 Emissions. [online] YouTube. Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EQ7S0D1iucY [Accessed 13 Nov. 2021].

[2] EPA, (2018). Greenhouse Gas Emissions from a Typical Passenger Vehicle. [online] Available at: https://www.epa.gov/greenvehicles/greenhouse-gas-emissions-typical-passenger-vehicle [Accessed 13 Nov. 2021].

[3] The Conversation, (2021). IPCC climate report: Profound changes are underway in Earth’s oceans and ice – a lead author explains what the warnings mean. [online] Available at: https://theconversation.com/ipcc-climate-report-profound-changes-are-underway-in-earths-oceans-and-ice-a-lead-author-explains-what-the-warnings-mean-165588 [Accessed 13 Nov. 2021].

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  • Sylas Salamanka

    In order to alleviate environmental pressure, we still have a lot to do, but it is clear that bidding farewell to traditional car travel is a good start!

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